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The deplorable history of the Catalans, from their first engaging in the war, to the time of their reduction. With the motives, declarations, and engagements, on which they first took arms. The letters, treaties, &c. relating thereto .. (1714)



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Subject: Spanish Succession, War of, 1701-1714
Publisher: London: Printed for J. Baker ...
Language: English
Call number: AC911.1714 .D46
Digitizing sponsor: Ontario Council of University Libraries and Member Libraries
Book contributor: Queen's University Library, W.D. Jordan Special Collections and Music Library
Collection: queens_university; toronto

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Cont'n of title: The reasons of their continuing in arms against King Philip; and the remonstrances used by the emperor and Great-Britain in their favour. With an account of what passed in the late siege of Barcelona, and their private engagements to stand by one another. Interspers'd with many original papers and matters never before printed


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